Westchester resident Angela Reddock, a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Los
Angeles Community College District, has been appointed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to the Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners.
Villaraigosa additionally announced the appointment of Martin Lee to the Affordable Housing Commission and Hogan Lee to the Quality and Productivity Commission.
Reddock was a candidate in 2005 for the Los Angeles City Council 11th District seat, won by current Councilman Bill Rosendahl.
As part of the eight-member, non-partisan Board of Trustees, she helped guide policies, oversee operations and curriculum standards and manage the Community College District’s $600 million budget. Reddock also helped pass Measure J, a $3.5 billion bond measure that will allow the college district to continue to renovate its nine colleges to meet progressive green and sustainability standards.
Reddock is also a noted
employment and labor law attorney. She has been a partner with the California law firm Carroll, Burdick & McDonough, LLP and was co-chair of the firm’s Employment Litigation and Counseling Group.
Currently, Reddock is a managing partner of The Reddock Law Group, a law firm specializing in employment, labor and business law.
Additionally, Reddock is a published author and legal commentator whose published works include: “How to Survive Your First Job” (special editor) and “Inside the Minds: Labor and Employment Client Strategies.” She has also served as a legal commentator on several television programs.
She is an alumnus of Amherst College and UCLA School of Law.